Anonymous asked you: Something in which Pitch watches a highly risque video of Sandy. The rest of the context I leave in your capable hands.
[Behind a cut as it’s nsfw from the get-go]
-takes the rotg and ndu fandom a gently by the shoulders-
Someone sharing their ideas or stories with you is not permission for you to to use that work freely
-kisses your noses-
It actually really puts some people, like me, off completely from contributing
-pets you all-
Okay good talk team
*surfaces from the depths of hydrogeologic modelling to signal boost*
Hey folks listen to this, okay?
Any stories/ideas that I come up with (that I haven’t credited the original idea to someone else), ANYONE is free to modify or add to or interpret however they want. I highly encourage it, go nuts!
This policy is not, however, the norm for everyone, nor should it have to be. Everyone’s got their own comfort level and preferences when it comes to their intellectual property.
For Wren at least, ALWAYS ask permission before using her story ideas in your own, alright?
*sinks back into the differential equation filled pit*
Hey, all, I thought it would be important to signal boost this, and also to ask others, if I have messed up in this way regarding your stuff, to please tell me so I can make suitable amends.
Anyway, I know things can get a little crazy, and that’s fun, in the land of 8000 blacksand AUs, and I will just say if you want to play around with an idea that I was the one to start (such as the Speak Oil-verse) that is awesome.
It would be super cool of you to include a link to the original fic, is also something I would like to say.
Basically what it says in the title. The Guardians get deaged to little kids and have to be watched by Pitch or a guardian that didn’t get deaged.(In case of a Guardian having to watch over, I’d prefer it to be North or Bunnymund.
Shenanigans ensue, the kids get rowdy (being cooped up in one spot is never fun), the watched loses track of most of them at one point. Whatever fun stuff you can think of.
I guess on a meta-level this is asking for funny crack, but the premise of de-aging doesn’t work that way to me.
So, anyway, Guardians get de-aged, North doesn’t (and doesn’t know why), no one, actually, can figure it out—until we get to ‘see’ who, exactly, doesn’t end up as a child when you take them back to an earlier state.